What technology will you find in your next car? Daniel Bennett test-drives the world's most intelligent motors to find out.
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How guilty should you feel about devouring sweet treats? Lilian Anekwe reveals 10 scientific reasons why chocolate isn't all bad
We round up the gadgets and gizmos that are getting us excited this month...
Fancy battling fire-breathing dragons from the comfort of your bed? We preview the Aurora headband, which claims to let you control your dreams and conjure up your wildest fantasies...
It makes up the vast majority of the matter in the Universe, but we have no idea what it is. Now, as Marcus Chown reveals, a hidden realm of dark matter could exist right under our noses.
Ahead of his Time Scanners show on the National Geographic Channel, structural engineer Steve Burrows reveals some of the design secrets of Machu Picchu.
Theories of science have ignored time... until now. A new idea reveals how it created the Universe - and you, writes Robert Matthews.
Ahead of his Time Scanners show on the National Geographic Channel, structural engineer Steve Burrows reveals some of the secrets of the Colosseum's design.
We preview Intel's upcoming digital assistant, Jarvis - a virtual friend housed in an earpiece that sounds straight out of a science fiction film.
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